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Jerome George Rozen Sold at Auction Prices

b. 1895 - d. 1987

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      • JEROME ROZEN (ATTRIB) ADVERTISING ILLUSTRATION ART
        Jan. 20, 2024

        JEROME ROZEN (ATTRIB) ADVERTISING ILLUSTRATION ART

        Est: $100 - $200

        Unframed oil painting on illustration board, attributed to Jerome George Rozen (American, 1895-1987), possibly for a Mail Pouch Tobacco advertisement, overall: approx 15 5/8"h, 10"w, accompanied by a blank sheet of letterhead, Jerome Rozen, Advertising Illustration, 163 West Twenty-Third Street, New York 11, N.Y., Chelsea 3-4382, sheet: approx 10.5"h, 7.25"w Start Price: $80.00

        Austin Auction Gallery
      • Jerome Rozen ''Blazing Trails'' (Boy's Life Cover) 1
        Mar. 16, 2023

        Jerome Rozen ''Blazing Trails'' (Boy's Life Cover) 1

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Jerome Rozen (1895-1987 American) ''Blazing Trails'' (Boys' Life Cover) 1934 Oil on Masonite 30''x24'' Image. Signed l.r. Original gilt framing 34''x28''. Excellent condition. Work is an original illustration art for the cover of the August 1934 issue of Boys' Life magazine (Boy Scouts).

        MBA Seattle Auction LLC
      • DON'T TRAVEL WWII HOME FRONT POSTER JEROME ROZEN
        Oct. 22, 2022

        DON'T TRAVEL WWII HOME FRONT POSTER JEROME ROZEN

        Est: $120 - $200

        American WWII home front poster 'Won't You Give My Boy a Chance to Get Home?' and verso 'A Word About This New Government Poster', artwork by Jerome Rozen (1895-1987), US Government Printing Office 1944-O-606790, 27 x 20 inches. Usual mailing folds, tack holes, minor 1-inch tear at bottom margin.

        Fairhill Auction LLC
      • JEROME ROZEN (New York/New Jersey/Illinois, 1895-1987), Harbor scene., Oil on canvas board, 12" x 16". Unframed.
        Sep. 09, 2022

        JEROME ROZEN (New York/New Jersey/Illinois, 1895-1987), Harbor scene., Oil on canvas board, 12" x 16". Unframed.

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        JEROME ROZEN New York/New Jersey/Illinois, 1895-1987 Harbor scene. Signed lower left "J. Rozen".

        Eldred's
      • DON'T TRAVEL WWII HOME FRONT POSTER
        Jul. 01, 2022

        DON'T TRAVEL WWII HOME FRONT POSTER

        Est: $100 - $180

        WWII poster, 'Won't You Give My Boy a Chance to Get Home? - Don't Travel - Unless Your Trip Helps Win the War' and verso 'A Word About This New Government Poster', artwork by Jerome Rozen (1895-1987), US Government Printing Office, 1944, 27 x 20 inches. Mailing folds, minor loss at top left corner and minor 1-inch tear along bottom center fold, archival tape repaired on verso.

        Fairhill Auction LLC
      • JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987). VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102
        Aug. 27, 2020

        JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987). VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987) VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102x63 1/2 cm. Condition B+: replaced losses and restoration in corners; repaired tear through bottom margin, affecting text.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987). VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102
        Nov. 14, 2019

        JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987). VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987) VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102x63 1/2 cm. Condition B+: replaced losses and restoration in corners; repaired tear through bottom margin, affecting text. Rozen was a pulp magazine cover illustrator (including for The Shadow), and a World War II poster artist. In the late 1940s, he did a series of print ads for the Pennsylvania Railroad featuring optimistic renditions of the "American Family." All of his work reflects his love of illustration art, most of which was realized as magazine ads. Very few of his railroad posters have come to market. rare.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • JEROME ROZEN. "Margery's voice held him as no other sound ever had."
        Jun. 04, 2019

        JEROME ROZEN. "Margery's voice held him as no other sound ever had."

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        JEROME ROZEN. "Margery''s voice held him as no other sound ever had." Story illustration for part one of "Neighbor to the Sky" by Gladys Hasty Carroll, published in Redbook magazine, December 1936, with their label on verso. Oil on canvas. 254x356 mm; 10x14 inches. Initialled "JR" in lower right image. Framed.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987). VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102
        Nov. 11, 2011

        JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987). VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        JEROME GEORGE ROZEN (1895-1987) VACATION BEGINS WHEN YOU STEP ABOARD THE TRAIN! / PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Circa 1948. 40x25 inches, 102x63 1/2 cm. Condition B+: restored losses and restoration in corners; repaired tear through bottom margin, affecting text. Rozen was a pulp magazine cover illustrator (including for The Shadow), and a World War II poster artist. In the late 1940s, he did a series of print ads for the Pennsylvania Railroad featuring optimistic renditions of the "American Family." All of his work reflects his love of illustration art, most of which was realized as magazine ads. Very few of his railroad posters come to market. rare/span

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • JEROME ROZEN (American, 1895-1987) Mail Pouch --
        Oct. 27, 2009

        JEROME ROZEN (American, 1895-1987) Mail Pouch --

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        JEROME ROZEN (American, 1895-1987) Mail Pouch -- The Finishing Touch, Mail Pouch Tobacco Company ad illustration Oil on canvas 38 x 25 in. Signed lower left From the Estate of Charles Martignette.

        Heritage Auctions
      • JEROME ROZEN (1895-1974)
        Oct. 29, 2004

        JEROME ROZEN (1895-1974)

        Est: $500 -

        JEROME ROZEN (1895-1974) Original Magazine Story Illustration, c.1926 Ink on paper 18in. x 12.5in. (sight size) Signed lower center: J. Rozen Provenance: Morris Weiss collection

        Heritage Auctions
      • JEROME ROZEN (1895-1974)
        Oct. 29, 2004

        JEROME ROZEN (1895-1974)

        Est: -

        JEROME ROZEN (1895-1974) Original Magazine Story Illustration, c.1926 West Grew Ink on paper 17in. x 13in. (sight size) Signed and dated lower right: J. Rozen '26 Provenance: Morris Weiss collection

        Heritage Auctions
      • Jerome George Rozen (American, 1895-1987)
        Aug. 15, 2004

        Jerome George Rozen (American, 1895-1987)

        Est: $300 - $500

        World War I Illustration. Signed "J Rozen" l.r. Oil on canvas, 25 x 22 in., framed. Condition: Two repaired tears, paint losses left margin, scattered retouch. Note: Jerome Rozen, the twin brother of illustrator George Rozen, became a well-known pulp illustrator. He served in Europe in World War I, and later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago where he became a teacher. He illustrated for Boy's Life, as early as 1927, and Battle Stories in 1928 and also did work for the Fawcett magazine, Excitement, a street publication that ran from 1930. He and his wife, Della Kretchmar, moved to the Bronx where he opened a studio and became a highly successful pulp artist and illustrator.

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